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julian epstein. dr. peterson, i want to start with you. obviously federal agents are still learning more about how this neo-nazi convicted felon was able to amass an arsenal that i'd say deadly doesn't even begin to describe. it would seem to reinforce, as i was mentioning, the president's proposals, and yet the line from the gun control opponents seems to be these measures feel good but they just don't do anything. what's your response? >> my response is the nra is trying to sell guns and they're going to continue to try to sell guns and they're going to try to use these situations to sell more guns. we need to know where they are. they're very disciplined in terms ever their messaging, but to expect anything other than buy more guns coming from the nra is actually at this point insane. we need to take a closer look at the president's directives and his executive orders. they make sense. they would address a situation like this. one thing that's interesting, karen, we haven't talked much about the militia groups and extremist groups and how they factor into the discussion around gun con
is david price, vice chair for prevention task force. and dr. james peterson, professor at lehigh university and contributor. thank you both for coming on the show. >> thanks, rev. >> thank you, good evening. >> congressman, let me start with you. will we be able to get something meaningful accomplished on guns this time around? >> i believe the atmosphere has changed. the environment u i think there's a good chance that we can push a positive agenda forward. if this doesn't do it, if this newtown tragedy doesn't do it, i'm not sure what will. we just need to search our hearts and our souls and ask if there's not more we can do to prevent this sort of thing. and i think most mirns sense that. most americans are willing to think about some new ways of approaching this. of course, we need some political leadership and some leaders to encourage us to come together on this. >> congressman, you're from north carolina and polling says that the public is understanding it is moving toward more of a sensible gun control kind of country. but what about your colleagues in the congress? are y
at immigration reform, dr. peterson. after the dismal results, can they afford to block immigration reform, professor peterson? >> i don't think they can afford to do it, reverend al. i think they're put on display in this most recent election and you're seeing some of the signs and some of the members of the house and some senators who are suggesting to the reform is key. i think three of the four are probably going to be on the table. my sense is that some form of comp rehensive immigration refom is probably from a political perspective, one of the most sensible and also one of the easiest things for us to work through. saying something is easy to do in washington is not easy at all. >> but can he use immigration reform debate as leverage to get more than just the dream act passed? >> i believe so. and i believe that the dream act is just one part of what comprehensive immigration reform should be about. you have to think about those previous generations, those folk who have been here for multiple generations. if you think about the corporate taxes or corporate sort of strategy that is h
out the radical intolerance of the republican party. dr. james peterson weighs in on those comments. don't forget you can listen to my radio show on sirius xm radio channel 127 monday through friday, noon to 3:00 p.m. we are coming right back. gray, but kate -- still looks like...kate. nice'n easy with colorblend technology gives expert highlights and lowlights. for color that's true to you. i don't know how she does it. with nice'n easy, all they see is you. with nice'n easy, we replaced people with a machine.r, what? customers didn't like it. so why do banks do it? hello? hello?! if your bank doesn't let you talk to a real person 24/7, you need an ally. hello? ally bank. your money needs an ally. officeyour business needs...k... at prices that keep you...out of the red. this week get a bonus $15 itunes gift card with any qualifying $75 ink purchase. find thousands of big deals now... at officemax. >>> raising the debt ceiling does not authorize us to spend more. all it does is say that america will pay its bills. and we are not a deadbeat nation. >> well, mr. president, it all dep
out republicans on race. >> there is also a dark vein of intolerance. >> dr. peterson joins me to discuss the republican response. good to have you with us tonight, folks, thank you for joining us. president obama took on the single greatest threat to the economy today, the republican party. the president used the conference in his first term to throw down the gauntlet, and after confusion, president obama set the record straight on the debt ceiling. >> now the other imposition is called the debt ceiling. something most americans had not heard of before two years ago. so i want to be clear about this. the debt ceiling is not a question of authorizing more spending. raising the debt ceiling does not authorize more spending. it simply allows the country to pay for spending that congress has already committed to. >> and of course republicans tried to trick americans into believing the debt ceiling was a blank check or magic credit card for the president to go spend whatever he wanted to spend. of course, the united states constitution gives the power to spend to congress. the resu
for "time" magazine. dr. peterson, when the nra is prepared to focus attention on everything and anything but the weapons and ammunition that are used for mass murder, does this not render their contribution to this debate now null and void? >> well, for those of us who are sensible about wanting to implement measures around common sense gun safety it does sort of render them null and void but in the real politic of the situation we have to understand that this sort of form of the politics of distraction we have seen those on the right play with quite a bit throughout the presidential campaign actually sometimes can be very, very effective here. even by the very nature of the fact we're talking about video games, talking about films, and talking about those things being a part of the conversation instead of focusing on access to guns, the proliferation of guns, about mental health issues and background checks, it shows you how the politics of distraction works. it takes up air time and news space we need to focus on things that are important here. >> i totally agree. mike, you have writte
. >> there is also a dark -- a dark vein of intolerance in some parts of the party. >> dr. james peterson janes me to discuss the republican response. >> good to have you with us tonight, folks. thanks for watching. president obama took on the single greatest threat to the global economy today, the republican party. the president used the final news conference of his first term to throw down the gauntlet. after years of deliberate confusion by republicans, president obama set the record straight on the debt ceiling. >> now, the other congressionally imposed deadline coming up is the so-called debt ceiling, something most americans hadn't even heard of before two years ago. so i want to be clear about this. the debt ceiling is not a question of authorizing more spending. raising the debt ceiling does not authorize more spending. it simply allows the country to pay for spending that congress has already committed to. >> and of course republicans tried to trick americans into believing the debt ceiling was a blank check or magic credit card for the president to go spend whatever he wanted to spend. o
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in his grave. >> let's get to our panel now, angela rye is a political strategist. dr. james peterson is a contributor to and ryan grim, d.c. bureau chief for "the huffington post." welcome to all of you. i'm glad you're watching again ryan behind you on the screen. professor peterson, we saw a lot of the president this weekend, a lengthy interview given to the new republic and that interview with hillary clinton on "60 minutes." i see republicans grumbling about that interview. is that because it made democrats seem like mature, well-mannered, adults who are trying to get something done? >> yeah. for all of their critique about what they perceived as being a softball interview, have you ever seen a republican politician on a fox news interview? certainly there's a double standard there in their mind. at the end of the day here, i think that the president and secretary clinton being in the same space at the same time is an important sort of sense for the democratic party going forward. one of the president's support of this secretary of state and what she's done in terms o
fingers are dirty or whatever. that's very important for him to get over that. >> schieffer: dr. peterson. i'll let you have the last word >> i disagree that he stuck his finger in the eye of the n.r.a. or the gun lobby. we're getting so far away... from the last segment people were talking about how he handled the n.r.a. without enough nuance. if you are around people who have been around these kinds of tragedies, i think you can understand that it's okay to have the conversation about gun ownership. but we need to be much more aggressive about how we're addressing safety for people in our society. so agreed. maybe the president is not the greatest politician. but it's interesting to watch because he gets so much flak from the left. so much flak from the right. you know, he's got to be doing something right somewhere along the line. >> it's about being president. schieffer: i can let this go on for the rest of the morning but we have to move on. thank you all so much. we'll be right back. >> schieffer: all right. that is us for today. be sure to join us tomorrow for our cbs news coverage
be overcome, even though we're still working at it >> let me ask dr. peterson, what did it mean to you? >> i'm a little younger than the folks here at the table but placed in the historical context with the very authentic anecdotes just gives me pause, to be honest with you. as someone who has been an educator for a long time we still wrestle with issues of diversity, we need more women on our faculty, more students of color in our institutions. i'm fighting those fights and it's really powerful to understand the historical context for those kinds of movements and sort of our commitment to these things. it makes me feel as if even though things seem to be more stratified back in history there were some are authentic ideologies we were wrestling with. when think about politics now and the gridlock we have now, there's so much money in it and it seems so inauthentic to me sometimes. so having a history lesson i think is something folk on the hill need as well as folk in the classroom >> as a black person, as an african american, what do you think is more important that barack obama was elected
us is dr. kerry peterson. i was shocked. when i heard 10,000 to 20,000 over a year, it seems excessive to me? >> it's definitely a problem that the nation should be concerned with. they looked at patients between 2007 and 2011 at 230 hospitals. during that time the number of patients that sought care in the emergency room doubled from 10,000 to 20,000. concern is also these are teens and adults. even more concerning is found that 42% of these teens or young adults were combining energy drinks with alcohol or other drugs. it certainly needs to be looked in more thoroughly. >> that is the big point there. you can go down to starbucks and get those two lattes and you have a lot more caffeine but you are not mixing alcohol and several throughout the night. does the beverage makers, do they have point when they say, we don't really know what these people, these young adults presented at the emergency room with? >> they do have a point because we can't establish cause and effect. how the study worded it patients who sought treatment had reported recently consuming energy drinks. th
. james andrews performed the operations on griffin and on peterson. i'll tell you, dr. andrews is far and away the star of his field. he's team dr. for the redskins, for the devil rays, football teams at auburn and university of alabama. they've done okay this season. he found time to author a new book called "any given monday." dr. andrews, a real honor to have you on the show. >> well, it's apply my pleasure to be here. >> sir, obviously you've been busy the last several days. i want to ask you a few questions about just football and sort of what you do in general. the nfl, as you know, has rolled out new sideline exams designed to keep athletes off the field if they have a concussion. i'm curious, when you think about that, is that sort of model possible for other injuries, like ankles or knees or shoulders? >> well, i think there's improvement to be done in all categories. you know, in the heat of the battle on the sidelines at an nfl game, it's sometimes tough. and professional athletes, the last ones to try to take themselves out of a football game. >> i want to show a little b
choices in your life. >> is it better to trust your instinct or intellect? dr. carrie peterson is a contributor to "women's health magazine" and dr. janet taylor is a psychiatrist here in new york city. hi, ladies. >> there's something to this, isn't there? the gut instinct. many of us rely on it. but it's not foolproof. >> well, it's not foolproof, but the thing to remember is that even though we say the gut, it's still your brain. so what's happening is focused through your brain, but it's a matter of saying do i need to make a quick decision and not focus on a list and just make the decision. >> sometimes there's like a physical reaction. let's say someone is walking down the street, and you feel spooked, and your gut tells you i'm not -- i shouldn't stay here, i feel uncomfortable, i should cross the street. should you just follow what is going on there? >> you absolutely should. when there's a situation that you feel in danger, pay attention to it. the thing is that society has trained us to be polite, so often we ignore those gut feelings. >> why are we rude to one anothe
are not quite ready to deal with the demographics of reality. >> dr. james peterson and maria teresa kumar. thank you both. next, lincoln and the art of compromise. is most of what we know wrong? stay with us. [ male announcer ] ahh... retirement. sit back, relax, pull out the paper and...what!!?? an article that says a typical family pays $155,000 in "wall street" fees on their 401(k)s? seriously? seriously. you don't believe it? search it, "401k 155k." then go to e-trade. and roll over your old 401(k)s to a new e-trade retirement account. we have every type of retirement account. none of them charge annual fees, and all of them offer low cost investments. why? because we're not your typical wall street firm, that's why. so you keep more of your money. e-trade. less for us. more for you. >>> president lk struggled to abolish slavery, reminds us that enduring progress is forged in a cauldron of both principle and compromise. >> steven steel berg's "lincoln" is more than a celebrated movie. at the golden globes former president bill clinton gave the film its most ringing endorsement yet say
the door for personalities like dr. phil and oprah. she was 94 years old. >> her advise will go on forever. >> absolutely. her daughter continues the column. >> gordon peterson is live in the newsroom with a look ahead. >> tonight at 6:00, the boeings streamliner has been grounded. a rival company uses the same batteries and it is all under investigation. also tonight, a few day was from the inauguration but people are already looking for parking spaces believe it or not. >> i believe it. we'll following breaking news from prince george's county where they found richmond phillips guilty of first-degree murder on his wife and child. we're going to have more on this as the information continues to come in tonight. >> all right let's see how things are looking for doug hill in the weather center. >> slowly the snow is making its way to the west. let's get to it. that shows rain to the east and to the south and the color changes shows where the snow is overtaking the rain. it is a low progress but there is so much dry air in place. i don't think we'll see
talked to who worked for dr. james andrews says the lcl recovery period is typically longer than the acl recovery period. a lot of people have looked at adrian peterson, start running back for the minnesota vikings, who came back in less than six months and had a record-setting year this season. he didn't have the lcl procedure. so it is going to take rg3 a little bit longer. of course, everybody's body responds differently. >> helps he is an athlete and in shape? >> absolutely. you don't want to come back too soon. we have seen what can happen. so you know they are going to be extra cautious this time around. >> is it remarkable -- >> i'm sorry, the pain involved, is there? >> you know, after surgery, generally you're -- you're kind of drugged up so the's going to be a while but it's going to be a painful process coming back. in i time you have a surgery like that, just getting back to form is always painful. >> is it remarkable they were able to do both the lcl and acl at the same time? >> really common. the surgeon told me almost always when do you the lcl you do the acl as well. we k
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